Just in time to miss Halloween, Roland reviews a game that’s legitimately scary… for how bad it is.
The Suspect takes a look at the 2014 video game adaptation of The Legend of Korra, developed by Platinum Games.
Joey reviews the CGI motion capture horror/comedy Monster House.
Count Jackula discusses the nature of Halloween and asks a simple question: Trick or treat?
For Halloween, Cecil dissects the film The Cabin in the Woods and points out as many movie/video game references as possible.
Prepare yourself. Sybil is about to take you to the Punisher Bone Zone!
This episode: Galaxy Quest! Which is to say: belief, placebo, Thermians, Jason Nesmith as totally-not-William-Shatner, and the most affectionate Star Trek parody ever.
Animals attack! Cecil reviews the giant killer bear movie Grizzly.
Renegado gets into the Halloween spirit by reviewing Twilight. But it’s not the Twilight you’re expecting…
Joey sees if the follow up to Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island deserves a Scooby Snack!
Taking a break from Crystal Lake, the Fear Fan takes a minute to contemplate one of the stranger entries in one of his other favorite series, also known as Godzilla vs. Hedorah. An undeniably odd entry in an era known for its strangeness, is Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster as weird as its reputation suggests? Yes. God, yes.
This latest porn review covers that brief moment in time when anyone cared about Sarah Palin. Rejoice as Mendo reviews a film you’ve most likely seen, for once!
Sofie takes a look at a game from the Danish indie developer Playdead. What did Sofie’s proud Danish brothers and sisters come up with this time?
To liven up your Halloween, here are the ten bloodiest foreign horror films ever.
Renegado reviews a video game that was actually made in Mexico! Not only that, it’s also inspired by one of the most popular and beloved Mexican comedy shows: El Chavo del Ocho.
Quod erat demonstratum, eh mofuckas? If you think this video is too confrontational, suck it! Roland works for a living, and doesn’t have time to mince words on the internet. So let’s rock and roll, and say your piece in the comments section.
It’s time for some good old fashioned obscure horror for Halloween! To start things off is the rare cannibal horror comedy Terror at Red Wolf Inn.
Is this movie a graveyard smash, or an undead turkey starring the Happy Madison goons?